Terrific Tigers wrap-up series

Bangladesh put up a clinical performance with both bat and ball to thrash Zimbabwe by 124 runs in the third one-day international and wrap-up the five-match series in Dhaka on Wednesday.

Govt successfully controls bad loans: Muhith

The finance minister, AMA Muhith, on Wednesday said that the present government had successfully controlled the bad loans despite political influence of loan default culture.

SAARC summit begins

Set aside differences, take result-oriented projects : Hasina

Tigers close to wrap up series

Bangladesh national cricket team will be looking to wrap-up the five-match one-day international series when they face Zimbabwe in the third match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium today. Bangladesh are leading the series 2-0 thanks to their two convincing wins in the first two matches,

Police order protesters off Ferguson streets

Officers have ordered protesters off the streets of Ferguson after what had been several hours of largely peaceful demonstrations. Protesters had gathered outside the Ferguson Police Department on Tuesday for a second night following a grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.

IS group got $45m in ransoms: UN

The Islamic State group which controls a large swath of Syria and Iraq has received between $35 million and $45 million in ransom payments in the past year, a UN expert monitoring sanctions against al-Qaeda said Monday.

Curtain raised of 18th SAARC summit

The curtain of the 18th South Asian association for regional Cooperation was raised at 9:30am with the opening speech of host country Nepal’s prime minister Sushil Koirala here at the City Hall with focus on powerful integration among the eight South Asian neighbours.

SAARC summit begins today

South Asian leaders of eight nations assembled in Nepal’s capital Kathmandu to attend the 18th SAARC summit to begin this morning to discuss a host of issues including connectivity and cooperation in electricity among the member states.

Mobile courts fine 331 jaywalkers

Three hundred and 31 pedestrians were fined by mobile courts on charge of violating traffic rules in crossing busy roads in the city avoiding footbridges and underpasses as campaign for creating road safety awareness began on Tuesday.

Latif lands in jail, finally

The deposed minister and Awami League leader Abdul Latif Siddique landed in jail after he surrendered to the police on Tuesday afternoon, two days after he returned to Dhaka from Kolkata.